January Paper Pumpkin Kit, Adoring Arrows, were these cute treat bags. There was enough supplies to make 24 bags. The kit included everything you need to complete them excluding scissors. A full set of stamps, ink spot, adhesives, metallic thread and all the paper material to make the bags and arrows. The kit is such a great deal and comes with instructions and there is a You Tube video on how to make the project. Sometimes it’s cards, banners, wreath, treat bags/holders and who knows what it will be from month to month.
You can buy the kit two ways. One way is a prepaid subscription where you can buy 1 month, 3 months, 6 month or 12 months. Right now StampinUp is running a special on the 3 month subscription for $55 in lieu of $59. To sign up for a subscription just go to this link http://darleneseitz.stampinup.net and click on Shop then Paper Pumpkin. Also when you purchase at least a 3 month subscription, you’ll receive a free item of your choice from our Sale-A-Bration catalog. This deal will last until March 31, 2017. In fact, you can receive a free item for every $50. that you spend. Please see my blog regarding SAB, here is the link in case you want to check it out: https://stampincardsncrafts.com/2016/12/29/2017-occasions-catalog-sale-a-bration/ .You can also purchase the kit on a month to month basis, for this you can sign up at http://www.paperpumpkin.com. Be sure to pick me as your demonstrator (Darlene Seitz number 2096764).
If you do not want to make the entire craft, you can usually make some cards with the materials (or if you have left over material). These are the cards I made from some of the material. I did add some of my own materials. But, if you are an active Paper Pumpkin subscriber with me, I will send you some additional materials, pictures and instructions to make some cards that I have created.
There are so many different cards you could make. Just let your imagination take over.
If you would like more information of Paper Pumpkin (or anything craft related), just leave a comment on this blog or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for stopping by and as always,
Happy Crafting, Darlene Seitz, Independent StampinUp demonstrator
December Paper Pumpkin kit (a monthly craft kit by StampinUp) is called Another Great Year and contained contents to create a mini scrapbook around your memories from 2016. I decided to use some of the supplies to do a regular scrapbook page. There are enough supplies left that I can still create a mini scrapbook or make some cards from the supplies. The supplies included a rotary stamp, a stampin write marker, washi tape, paper supplies to create the pages–double-sided patterned paper, window sheets,– silver foil stickers, regular stickers and rings to connect the pages. Here is a picture of what the kit includes and how the final product will look.
I also had a chance to do a couple cards with some of the supplies, adding some additional items to complete the cards for Valentine’s Day.
They are very similar. I added real red cardstock and some silver washi tape. On the one on the left, I stamped the lips and wording in real red and staz-on white ink. The stamps come from the new set Sealed With Love from the Occasions catalog just released. The one on the right I also added the real red paper, washi tape and only the small wording, but I also shaded the white heart and lines around with some Craft real red ink and then wiped some off.
Paper Pumpkin is also running a special right now. If you buy a 3 month prepaid subscription , the price is reduced from $59. to $55. AND you will receive a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration catalog. The items you can choose from include stamp sets, ribbon, designer Paper, card kit, and a tin to hold your cards. So if you have never tried Paper Pumpkin, now is a great time to try it. If you are already a customer, you can get a great deal on upcoming kits. This special deal lasts until March 31, 2017 but if you sign up today, you can start receiving your kits in February. To order this deal or any other items, please see my on line store at http://darleneseitz.stampinup.net or contact me directly by either leaving a comment on this post or send me an email at email@example.com.
Happy Crafting Darlene Seitz, Independent StampinUp Demonstrator
In the Holiday catalog for Autumn & Winter, StampinUp introduced the stamp set called Paisleys & Posies. They have continued the set and it is still currently available. I have used the set for a Valentine’s card. The stamped background is from the set. This set is very versatile and can be used all year long. It also has matching framelits called Paisley Framelit Dies and this is also still available. It can be found in my On-Line Store under Carry Over products. When you buy both the stamps and the dies, you receive 10% off. My on-line store link is http://darleneseitz.stampinup.net.
The heart die cut is from a retired die set but you can use any heart that you have available. The love die cut is from the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits Dies found in the Annual Catalog. These dies also have a heart that can be used on this card. This is also available in my on-line store. The paper and ink color are Real Red, and the ribbon is from our new Occasions Catalog and sold with white ribbon in a combo pack called Sending Love Ribbon Combo Pack. This ribbon is very thin so it is excellent for tying bows and knots. I adhered the die cuts with dimensionals and foam adhesive strips also available in my on-line store.
The inside as shown above uses two stamps from a new stamp set called Sealed with Love which is found in our new Occasions catalog. It also has a matching die set called Love Notes Framelits dies. You can purchase separately or as a bundle and when you purchase the bundle, you save 10%. Also at this time, we currently have our Sale-A-Bration event going on where you can receive free products with a qualifying order. For every order of $50. you receive a free product of your choice from the Sale-A-Bration catalog. The items include stamp sets, ribbon, card kits, Designer Series Paper and more. If you do not have a catalog or demonstrator and would like a copy of both the Occasions Catalog and Sale-A-Bration, please leave me a comment here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit my on-line store at http://darleneseitz.stampinup.net to see these products.
Darlene Seitz, Independent StampinUp demonstrator.
P.S. Pictured below is a Birthday Card also made with the Paisley & Posies set.
Hello: Now that Christmas is over and New Year’s is upon us, we can look forward to another great year. Stampin Up is releasing their new catalog on January 4, 2017 and their annual Sale-A-Bration (free product give away). Their is some great new products coming out in the Occasions catalog that you won’t want to miss out on. The top left pictures show the cover of the Occasions catalog and some of the new products. They are even better seeing in person. The Occasions catalog will be in my on-line store effective the 4th. Sale-A-Bration also starts the 4th of January and runs through March 31, 2017. For every $50. dollar order, you receive a Sale-A-Bration catalog FREE product. There are several stamp sets as well as Designer Series Paper, Ribbon, a Card kit and a Tin to store your cards in. The top right picture show the DSP called inside the lines. It is designed so that you can color in as much as you want or leave plain. Below are pictures of some Occasions Catalog new products.
and here are some of the Sale-A-Bration FREE products:
If you have not received the catalogs and do not already have a demonstrator, I would be happy to send you them. Please leave a comment or email me at email@example.com. http://darleneseitz.stampinup.net is the link to my on-line store where you can see the new products effective January 4, 2017.
Don’t forget the close out sale still going on till January 3rd with up to 60% off. These are clearance items or retiring products from the Holiday Catalog. The retiring stamp sets will be gone completely after January 3rd so be sure to order them before it’s too late.
Darlene Seitz, Independent StampinUp demonstrator